Facebook Portal TV now supports zoom, GoToMeeting video calls | Instant News

Facebook’s Portal TV will now support Zoom and GoToMeeting. These two video conferencing services, as well as BlueJeans and Webex, are already available on Portal, Portal Mini and Portal+ devices. The new features of Portal TV will make your video calls at home work easier, and virtual gatherings will also become more interesting. Facebook launched its Portal TV streaming device and standard portal device in September 2019. A recent survey also showed that more than 50% of employees now prefer to work from home.

Pass a Blog post On its “Technology” page, Facebook Announce Skyrocket And GoToMeeting will be added to its Web portals TV equipment.

The social media platform said that Portal’s Smart Camera can always keep the user in the picture, while Smart Sound can enhance the user’s voice while minimizing background noise. “Now, your favorite zoom function has been extended to the largest screen in your home, so you can work on the sofa or at your desk. Articles include: Join a group discussion room to brainstorm ideas in smaller teams; integrate your calendar to Help you to be at the forefront on time; share your screen to improve remote collaboration; and improve the overall experience with virtual backgrounds.

The blog post also mentions that according to Polls after PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC)Now, 55% of employees want to work at home for more than three days a week.

Facebook Fired Its standard Portal video chat device and Portal TV will be released in September 2019.The social media giant also added WhatsAppCall function of standard Portal device. Last year, Facebook Announce It is expanding its Augmented reality (AR) Reach out to third-party developers who use Facebook Spark AR.Creators will be able to share the effects created with Spark AR with other users messenger The portal will start in early 2021. Regarding this matter, Facebook has no further information.

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